Maximizing Your Abilities with Synergy .NET | Case Study
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2018: Synergy .NET lets you take full advantage of the complete .NET Framework. Richard Morris will show you how to harness powerful UX tools and existing Synergy logic to produce dynamic desktop applications.
Demystifying .NET Standard and .NET Core | Synergy/DE
After its introduction in 2002, the Microsoft .NET software development environment quickly became one of the most popular toolsets for building software for the Windows platform. Most developers are familiar with the .NET Framework and how it provides an extensive collection of software development tools, class libraries, and runtime environments to support all kinds of software applications that target Windows server and desktop environments. But today .NET is so much more than that, and it’s no longer focused only on the Windows platform.
In this session, Steve Ives will introduce you to two new areas of the .NET product set: .NET Standard and .NET Core. It will help you understand what each of the .NET environments is and what each can—and should—be used for.
Compact Coding Techniques | Synergy .NET
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Kish Baley is a stickler for small, self contained code that is not only easy to write, but even easier to maintain down the road. In this lightning presentation, he shares some of the concise .NET coding techniques he's picked up while working as a PSG consultant for Synergex.
Building RESTful Web Services with Synergy .NET and ASP.NET Web API | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Almost all new applications that are developed today include some kind of middle-tier services layer, and very often these middle tiers of an application’s functionality are implemented using some type of web services environment. Steve Ives gives you the basic information you need to get started building a powerful and flexible RESTful web services API for your current and future applications, using Synergy .NET and Microsoft ASP.NET Web API 2.
Building a BOT with Synergy .NET | Synergy/DE
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Microsoft’s Bot Framework provides the tools to easily code a conversational bot and connect it to a wide array of communication platforms. Phillip Bratt and Tate Chamberlain walk through the steps to build and deploy a bot using Synergy .NET and the Bot Framework.
Synergy/DE templates, examples, and tutorials: https://github.com/Synergex/BotFrameworkExample
Bot Framework portal: https://dev.botframework.com/
Azure start page: https://azure.microsoft.com
Azure portal: https://portal.azure.com
Azure SDK download: https://azure.microsoft.com/downloads
4:45 Types of Bots
10:06 Getting Started Building a Bot in Synergy.NET
18:42 How to Bot with Bot Framwork
27:38 Publishing Your Bot
Building Better Software Together | Community Training Forum
Synergy DevPartner Conference 2017: Contributing to a community coding project is not only a great learning experience but also a rewarding one. The Symphony Community Project is designed to help people better understand how to use Synergy .NET to write great looking desktop, web, and device-based applications. Richard Morris and Gordon Ireland show you what the community is up to and how you can get involved to improve your Synergy skills.
16:25 Get involved with the Symphony Community Project by becoming a contributor!
17:55 Gordon Ireland's testimonial
25:34 First Demonstration
31:18 Second Demonstration
Symphony Community Project: https://github.com/RichardMorris750/symphonyExampleSolution.git
Gordon Ireland's "Working with Symphony Framework:" http://www.gi-computersolutions.com/synergy-net
String Data | Anatomy of Synergy 6
The concept of string data exists in both traditional Synergy DBL and Synergy .NET. We'll show you how to define and assign values to a string, and even touch on invoking string properties and methods.
Make sure to check out our intro to methods and properties if you need a more in depth explanation of how they work: https://youtu.be/0g_WA5aoNIg
Synergy DBL Language Reference Documentation entry for System.String: http://docs.synergyde.com/lrm/lrmChap10SYSTEMSTRING.htm
.NET Framework documentation for System.String:
Constructors and Destructors | Anatomy of OO Synergy 3
Are you new to object-oriented programming in Synergy? In this video we'll discuss constructors and destructors in Synergy DBL. While the main focus of this series is on tradition Synergy, at 3:09 we'll introduce some differences in destructor behavior between traditional Synergy and Synergy .NET. Learn more about constructors and destructors in the Synergy/DE documentation.
Constructors and destructors: http://docs.synergyde.com/index.htm#lrm/lrmChap8Classmembers.htm#Constructorsanddestructors
Migrating from xfServerPlus to Synergy .NET | Synergy/DE
Synergex DevPartner Conference 2016: One of the many ways that Synergy .NET can be used is to allow .NET applications that currently use xfNetLink .NET and xfServerPlus to be migrated to 100% native .NET applications, through the use of a Synergy .NET Interop project. This session, led by Steve Ives, will explore when it may be appropriate to do so, and how to go about making the necessary changes within your development environment and code.
UI Toolkit to .NET | Customer Demo
Synergex customer, Jackson Lumber, demonstrates their application's updated UI which uses the Microsoft .NET framework and Infragistics controls. Jump to 13:01 to see the demo, or start from the beginning to get background information on the company, their decision making process, and the challenges and success they had during this process.
Migrating to .NET | Customer Demo
A demonstration by Steve Ives of BusinessCraft's migration to Microsoft .NET. Skip to 4:55 to hear an explanation of the Synergy Interop project type.
.NET Assembly API | Synergy/DE
A discussion of the Synergy/DE .NET Assembly API tool
Data Provider for .NET | Synergy/DE
A brief overview of the new Synergy/DE Data Provider for .NET. Learn about how it can significantly speed up the process of modular deployment to a new UI.
Hosting a Windows Form | Synergy/DE
A presentation on hosting a Windows Form which includes information on creating the .NET Assembly that contains the Windows Form. We'll show how to use GENNET to create a Synergy "wrapper" and how to load and use the form in a Synergy application.
Selective Code Generation with GENNET | Synergy/DE
An overview of GENNET utility and Selective Code Generation